NORWAY – The program on the Androscoggin River, scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at the Norway Memorial Library, has been canceled.

Society speaker

BRYANT POND – The Woodstock Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at the museum. Gil Whitman will speak and display his metal sculpture. Everyone is welcome.

Seeking teachers

NORWAY – The Western Maine Art Group is seeking art teachers to teach at the Lajos Matolcsy Art Center. Summer courses in fine arts in any medium or crafts for any age are wanted.

The Art Center is situated across the street from the Universalist Church and will be open during July and August. For more information, call Nancy Engdhal at 583-6677.

The Western Maine Art Group is a nonprofit organization and the teachers will be volunteers at the gallery to keep the gallery open.

Museum opening

WOODSTOCK – The Woodstock Historical Society Museum will open in June and hours will be 1 to 4 p.m. every Saturday. The museum features local memorabilia, antiques and art.

The society will emphasize the decorative arts this year. Four pieces of furniture have been added, including an Empire settee. Rare glass and china are also highlighted along with textiles like quilts and costumes.

Small antiques line shelves and a table upstairs. Musical instruments and jewelry are included. Old photos, tools and books round out the collection.

Everyone is welcome to visit, and society members serve as guides.


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